Enclosed Balcony Design Ideas – Oases of Serenity
In Romania and many other former communist countries, enclosed balconies was a trend imposed by some unfortunate circumstances in which the owner was compelled to barricade his home in search of extra comfort in an old and poorly insulated apartment. But beyond these examples, an enclosed balcony, in an apartment, but especially in a house, is a practical space which can also become the place of consummate relaxation. As we will see in the images below, the enclosed balcony becomes a genuine family micro-cosmos in which various types of activities blend harmoniously for a final charming atmosphere.
A transit space to the nature outside – the enclosed balcony lures to a profound state of relaxation and moments of intimacy, two steps away from those tree tops with only a glass of wall standing between the two environments. The place can be set up to meet your won tastes and needs so that to radiate tranquility at the end of a busy day.
A classic picture which goes beyond the bedroom itself, expanding onto the enclosed balcony, a symbiosis between the spaces of intimacy and relaxation under the same roof. All around, the large windows bring nature closer to the interior replete with harmony and beauty, in which the fireplace has the main visual role.
However small the balcony is and wherever it may lie, even under the eaves, as in the image below, its role remains the same – a space serving relaxation especially when the landscape opening all around is so superb.
An oasis of intimacy and a corner of cheerful disposition that no other place inside can match. An enclosed balcony, well set up chromatically, with various well-placed accessories that bring energy into the picture.
For the young ones, an enclosed balcony can accommodate many needs. The image is flanked by trees and plants, in different proportions, highlighting once again the primary role such places play in a home, consummate relaxation.
Simple and efficient, the basic rule in home design. The balcony strikes through its chromatic harmony again and a neat arrangement of accessories and furniture so that the space is left in the end as functional as possible.
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